Scientists have made impressive progress in the understanding of human aging. They now generally agree that aging is malleable and capable of being slowed
InfoAging provides a wealth of information related to the biology of aging, common diseases of aging, and healthy lifestyles, presented in a way that is accessible to those who need it most. The American Federation for Aging Research
Interesting papers like "Neuroanatomical substrates of age-related cognitive decline. Psychological Bulletin."
A list of toxicology URLs, papers, and resources (that will also be updated with time)
AgingPortfolio.Org system is a flexible system to enable funding organizations to collaborate, track, analyze, structure, make decisions and set directions for future research efforts in aging.
For 28 years, the American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) has supported the science of healthier aging. AFAR has played a major role in providing and advancing knowledge of aging and mechanisms of age-related disease by providing grants to more than 2,600 talented scientists. Because of limited dollars in support of aging research, America loses many great minds from the study of aging to disease-focused research and many are leaving research altogether. AFAR provides one of our country's most successful responses to this brain drain.